Scams & Fraud
The May 22 call will be with online romance scam survivor, Kate Kleinert, who will tell her story about getting victimized by an online scammer. You’ll have a chance to ask questions and share your stories.
AARP shredding events help you to stay one step ahead of identity thieves by shredding personal and financial documents. AARP Wyoming will also host shredding events in Buffalo and Sheridan Counties on Saturday, May 13.
AARP shredding events help you to stay one step ahead of identity thieves by shredding personal and financial documents. Please bring your documents in something easy to dump into the shred truck like boxes or paper bags. AARP Wyoming allows up to two large boxes to be dropped off per vehicle.
AARP Wyoming will host a safe, secure shred event in Buffalo, Wyoming on Oct. 7 from 3-6 p.m.
AARP Wyoming sponsors free events to shred documents With personally identifiable information
AARP Wyoming and the Wyoming Cowboy Football Team are working together to spread the word about the AARP FraudWatch Network.
A teletown hall will allow older adults in Wyoming to learn how to keep themselves safe from scams and fraud
On April 22, AARP Wyoming will host shredding events in Sheridan, Rocks Springs, and Cheyenne. AARP Wyoming will host similar events in Casper and Gillette later this fall.
Scammers follow the headlines and take advantage of them when they can. Public desire to support Ukraine in this critical time of need is no exception.
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